Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The proposed 600-mile underground Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) is an interstate natural gas transmission pipeline that would serve multiple public utilities and their growing energy needs in Virginia and North Carolina. Atlantic, a company formed by four major, regionally based energy companies; Dominion Energy, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and Southern Company Gas, would develop, construct and operate ACP.

ACP Regulatory Filings

New Jobs

Support 17,240 jobs during construction and 2,200 operation jobs.

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Lower Energy Cost

Saving consumers an estimated $377 million annually.

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Cleaner Air

Delivering clean-burning natural gas to homes, businesses and power plants; assisting in the transition away from older, higher-emission power sources.

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Energy Security and Independence

Providing access to enough natural gas to reliably power and heat for generations.

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Renewable and Backup Power

Providing reliable backup power during peak times when less sun or wind are available.

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Urgent Energy Needs

Helping multiple public utilities in Virginia and North Carolina meet energy needs exceeding system's capacity.